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MSNBC
Nov 30, 2011 8:00pm EST
's good buddies with rebekah brooks, the woman in charge of rupert murdoch's news international and arrested this summer in connection with the company's phone hacking scandal. today clarkson kicked it into low gear when he launched a verbal tirade at the 2 million public sector workers who were currently striking in the united kingdom. >> i'd have them all shot. i would take them outside and execute them in front of their families. i mean, how dare they go on strike when they have pensioned that are going to be guaranteed while the rest of us have to work for a living. >> really? jeremy clarkson thinks working for a living means riding around in expensive cars and crashing them when he's done? he should try cleaning the streets, educating the children or caring for somebody who's sick. that's what real work is. but his talk about guilt-edged pensions sounds pretty familiar. the reason the brits are out in the streets is no different from why people are in the streets in this country. the british government wants them to work longer and for less pay and, of course, a smaller pen
CSPAN
Dec 1, 2011 6:00am EST
criticism -- you wrote to mr rupert murdoch in new york about your concerns to his attention. did you receive a reply to that weather? >> that letter was written on the tenth of march this year and i sent it by recorded delivery and 1/2 evidence from the united states postal service and also sent two e-mails. all always asking him to do was to order an inquiry but got no reply. i cannot imagine life in a proper international company with serious criminal conduct for a senior employee who gets no reply. sorry to say this but i think i will if i may. the is the conduct of the mafia. would you expect if you wrote to the head of la mafia family complaining about one of their soldiers. you would probably get no reply and if one of their soldiers went to prison as mr. reese did and properly employed when he came out after serving a sentence for a serious offense, you would expect that from the mafia. you would not expected from a serious company like news international down in washington. >> doubt was your legal team will remind me in a few months to get a reply which may be possible to do
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